Ghost Gaming leave the Battlegrounds
North American esports club Ghost Gaming has released its PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds line-up and announced that it has quit the discipline. Two of the team's players will continue to work in the organization: Cedrik "DrasseL" Lessard will create content for Ghost Gaming and Michael "Jabroni" Cecere has joined the management.
Today we announce the release of @GhostMiccoy @ShrimzyPUBg & @VegasPUBG and departure from PUBG. Two years of tournaments online and around the world, the team has made the org proud in all their endeavors. Wishing them the best in their competitive PUBG future and beyond. pic.twitter.com/tLkgczftfX— Ghost Gaming (@GhostGaming) December 12, 2019
Ghost Gaming was ranked eighth in the first phase of the North American Pro-League (NPL), third in the second phase and ninth in the third phase. The team took the 20th place at the PUBG Global Championship 2019 in the USA and was among the top 7 at the GLL Grand Slam: PUBG Classic in London. In total, the team won 67 thousand dollars in prizes this season.
Organization Ghost Gaming opened its first lineup for PUBG in September 2017. Over these two years, the team won about a quarter of a million dollars in prize money.
PUBG Corporation recently announced what changes the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds tournament system will be implemented by next season.
Former Ghost Gaming
- Kevin "Miccoy" Linn
- Cedrik "DrasseL" Lessard
- Tristan "Shrimzy" Nowicki
- Jaden "Vegas" James